I really enjoyed showing some of our members at the Lebanon Senior Citizens Center, my program on the Warblers.
It seems to me that Ken Whisenhunt has been coaching the Titans for at least a couple of years.
This week will be the first time Whisenhunt will have his team on the football field for mini-camp.
Not to suggest he has been slacking. Anything but.
Longtime columnist for The Wilson Post
BYRDSTOWN -- Veteran local outdoor writer John L. Sloan brought home three first place awards from last week's Tennessee Outdoor Writers Association annual convention at Dale Hollow Lake.
Cumberland team plays Thursday afternoon
Continued inclement weather in the Danville, Ky., area has again forced a rescheduling of the Mid-South Conference Softball Championship at Millennium Park.
Torrential downpours over the last 48 hours have left the fields unplayable and as such, opening round games have been pushed back to 3 p.m. Thursday.
No. 5 seed Cumberland will face off against No. 4 University of Rio Grande at that time.
Thursday will now just feature opening round games with winner’s bracket games and four consolation games scheduled for Friday beginning at 9 a.m. CT. Action will continue on Saturday before the tournament concludes with the championship game and if necessary game on Sunday.
Friendship Christian's first round playoff game vs. St. Andrews-Sewanee will be played Wednesday, April 30 at FCS. First pitch is set for 6 p.m. The game was first scheduled for earlier this week, but postponed due to storms.
Marcelo repeats as Player of the Year
Cumberland’s Bill McCormick was named the Mid-South Conference Men’s Tennis Coach of the Year and Antonio Manuel Marcelo received MSC Player of the Year honors in a vote of league coaches during the conference championships in Georgetown, Ky.